Our very early human ancestors may have been the cause of the extinction of large herbivores millions of years ago.
Cities need to build their capacity to adapt to extreme climate. One of the best ways to do this is to learn from other cities’ experiences.
MENA is the most water-scarce region in the world, and the largest market for desalination - an expensive and energy-intensive process. Could grey water - the stuff left behind by our was...
Producing, processing and transporting our food is putting strain on the world’s water resources – and a growing global population will only increase the pressure.
Securing adequate supplies of clean water in a changing climate is one of the world’s most urgent social, political, economic, and environmental challenges.
About 3 billion litres of water in England is wasted every day through leakages - the equivalent to the usage of more than 20 million people.
In urban slums, poor families can pay up to 10 to 20 times more for their water than their richer neighbours.
In 2017, water was identified as a factor in conflicts spanning more than 45 countries, including Syria - and climate change suggests this will only get worse. How should the world respond?
Teff demand is increasing around the world because of its perception as a superfood. Ethiopia currently produces 90% of the world's supply, but inefficient farming methods are holding it ...
Scientists from Duke University have created a free drought map based upon thermal stress data which could help predict where droughts and wildfires will occur.
Three initiatives in Egypt, Kenya and India show how detailed local knowledge can lead to specific solutions that genuinely help women.
Increasing population and rising temperatures will have a serious impact on US fresh water supply, prompting researchers to warn of severe shortages in the future.
If we fail to consider river systems as a whole, it could cause serious environmental problems in the future.
Around 8 million metric tons of plastic enters the world's oceans every year - with much of it carried by the world's rivers.
The City of Kwinana has installed drainage nets in its water reserve, and the innovative filtration system has gone viral for being so simple yet brilliant.